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Changelog for driftnet
$Id: CHANGES,v 1.19 2004/04/26 14:42:36 chris Exp $
Driftnet now uses GTK2, rather than GTK1.
Added support for reading packets from a pcap dump file (thanks to Rob Timko
and Joshua Wright for this); and for extracting URLs from HTTP requests (not
yet exposed in the user interface).
Driftnet will now discard connections after 8Mb of data has been transferred.
Fixed adjunct mode so that stdout is line-buffered, following a suggestion by
Jonas Jensen.
Changed the algorithm used to search for image start blocks to Boyer-Moore, for
a performance improvement. Fixed some build errors.
Allow user to save images by clicking on them.
Driftnet now exits more cleanly on interrupt. Various minor bug fixes,
including an endianness problem in the display code.
The temporary directory used by driftnet may now be specified as a command-line
option; otherwise, it is created dynamically.
Added the -a (adjunct) and various related options to make it easy to use
driftnet as a back-end for some other program, such as webcollage. It is now
possible to compile a back-end only version of driftnet without any X11 support
by using the NO_DISPLAY_WINDOW option at compile time.
Added the -s option to extract MPEG audio data from network streams, along with
a ghastly mess of threads and pipes to allow driftnet to play the data to play
through mpg123 or similar.
Changed some things to make driftnet a bit more portable to non-Linux systems.
Minor bug fixes. Driftnet now tests for the existence of /tmp/imgdump, which
should eliminate most of my support mail....
Fixed serious bugs in stream capture code, and tidied up same.
Added command-line options for selecting interfaces, verbosity etc.
Made window resizing neater (it now no longer results in erasing the contents
of the window).
Added cleaner shutdown and signal handling.
Removed vestigial dependencies upon libpnm.
Various bug fixes.
CHANGES file created. Minor bugfixes (including preventing the program
from quitting when it times out waiting for a packet).